Book of Abstracts of the Belyaev Conference  – pdf


1) Log in to your Conference account.
2) Click the SEND ABSTRACTS tab.
3) Click the “Browse” button to locate and select your abstract file. Make sure to complete all the required fields.
4) Click the “Submit” button.

Abstract example

In DOC format: example


Abstracts have to be maximum 1 page long, written in correct English in DOC or DOCX format using Microsoft Office Word 2003/2010 (or newer version).

Page formatting

1..Page Setup

a. Margins (Left – 3.5 cm; Top, Bottom, Right – 2,5cm each)
b. Orientation – Portrait
c. Paper Size – A4 (210 x 297 mm)

2. Font

a. Font: Times New Roman
b. Font-style: Regular
c. Font-size: 12 pt

3. Paragraph

a. Alignment: Justified
b. Line Spacing: Single
c. Spacing Before: 0 pt
d. Spacing After: 0 pt

Do not insert header, footer or page numbers.

Do not indent paragraphs.

The title of the paper has to be centered and typed with bold capital letters (14 pt Times New Roman).

The names of the authors should be written in the separate line (after a blank line from the title), using bold italics (12 pt Times New Roman), with surnames following the initials. The name of the corresponding author should be indicated by an asterisk and the footnote ‘Сorresponding author’.

In the next line, the institutional affiliation(-s), city(-ies), and country (-ies) of authors should be given. If authors have different institutional affiliations, it should be marked by superscript number for each affiliation in the same order as the names of authors are listed.

Next line should contain E-mail address of the corresponding author. Any changes of address may be added to the footnotes.

The key words have to be written using italics (12 pt Times New Roman), with a blank line before and after them.


The text should be divided into subsections with the following headings (in italics): Motivation and Aim; Methods and Algorithms; Results, Conclusion and Availability; References (if necessary). In cases where authors feel the headings inappropriate, some slackness is allowed. The abstracts should be concise and contain only the material relevant to the headings. If internet hyperlinks are available for any part of the abstract, then this should be given in the form of ‘clickable text’, i.e.{{http://www…}}.

  • Motivation and Aim (specifically states the scientific question within the context of the field of investigation and indicates the purpose of the study);
  • Methods and Algorithms;
  • Results (summarizes the scientific advance or novel results of the study);
  • Conclusion (briefly discusses the data and emphasizes the significance of the results and their impact on computational biology);
  • Availability. This section should provide the software availability (academic or commercial) if the paper focuses mainly on software development or on the implementation of an algorithm. Examples: free availability over the Internet on www or ftp server; available on request from the authors; or available as a commercial package. The complete address (URL) should be given.
  • Acknowledgements (if necessary).
  • References(if necessary). References in the text should be numbered in square brackets consecutively in the order they are first mentioned, beginning with number 1.

The references in the reference list have to be numbered according to the order they appear in the text.

  1. Uthor, O.N.E.More. (2003) Title of the paper, Journal, 12: 13-16.
  2. Thor et al. (2003) Title of the paper, Journal, 12: 13-16.
  3. (2003) Title of the book chapter, In: The Book, E.D.Itor et al. (Eds.), 13-16 (Publisher).

Poster Size: The maximum size allowed for each poster is 0.7 m wide and  1.2 m high.
Please note that this is a portrait (vertical) poster.